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    Grazor

    G'day fellas

    Good advice already. Start with a razor that has been pro honed. Worth the minimal cost and will get you going on the right foot

    Grazor Today, 05:38 AM Go to last post
    edhewitt

    G'day fellas

    Hey Rob,
    If no other options present themselves then onimaru55 is in Sydney and hones professionally. It's worth trying a properly honed edge

    edhewitt Today, 05:33 AM Go to last post
    Euclid440

    Hi Guys, help with lapp a ston!

    Oil works and works well. It was traditionally use with many stones for many years.

    The problem is, it is messy and can get smelly.

    Euclid440 Today, 05:21 AM Go to last post
    engine46

    Michael Waterhouse custom club.

    I know what you mean. It has a very small shoulder on it unless he didn't really put what he calls one on it. I looked at the website for him & looked

    engine46 Today, 05:21 AM Go to last post
    JSmith1983

    Wade and Butcher For Barbers Use WR - a rare one

    I have a Boker that is crocus polished on one side and the other isn't. They had another model that was the exact same razor, but was crocus on both sides.

    JSmith1983 Today, 05:13 AM Go to last post
    Wolfpack34

    WB covered tang.

    +1... That's what I would do as well...except that I don't have an ultrasonic cleaner, so I would just give it to Zak to do for me!

    Wolfpack34 Today, 05:09 AM Go to last post
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